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Komorowski won Poland's presidency vote?


OP mafketis 21 | 7,619
5 Jul 2010 #61
Glad I slept through the neck and neck part (especially the duck in the lead part) and finally awoke in a Poland that's just for "filthy-rich tycoons, lobbyists, crafty wheeler-dealer types and assorted, yuppies, eggheads and snobs" as Polonius3 would put it. Yahoo!
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
5 Jul 2010 #62
There is no liberal parties in Poland right now.

I beg to differ, PO is ultra liberal. For instance at the height of the financial crisis when everybody was following Keynesian economics and spending big! Guess what, Rostowski and the PO were the only ones in Europe that i know of that cut the budget.

How would explain that?

Why is it that they have one of the smallest budget deficits in Europe?

And lets not forget their reform of pensions.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #63
The good thing is that we can blame PO now as both leaders are from that party (or likely will be) :) Kommie wants to invite Putin to Poland. That's a good first step, one which Tusk has already taken before.
Ironside 49 | 10,010
5 Jul 2010 #64
I'm not asking for your opinion Ironside.

Nevertheless you will get one even if I have to force it down your throat, every-time you come out with ******** you will get what what you deserve ...

If you wanna live with a Noob as your president be my guest.

that the fine political reason - twit

Because these countries are the ones that do business in Poland and provide wealth for Poles.

Who you are, its remain to be seen.
You really believe that profit motivated company;s will stop doing businesses in Poland because some obscure Duck would be president?
Either they are not motived by profit and have other agendas or their profit is not that kosher if they are afraid of lame duck.

It begs investigation :)

thank you delphiandomine

why don't you kiss his butt?Sebastian ?

Conception of the liberal state means that the government interventions

In theory, nowadays it means gay marriages and all this PC sick propaganda plus government and European donations for minority groups. It means that any half witted facrd can get money for claiming to be a pervert for example animal lover:)

PO doesn't give a shite about all this, they are just egger to get ant support they can to stick to the tit - and suck nation dry!
MediaWatch 10 | 945
5 Jul 2010 #65
Exactly, there are no liberals in America. They simply do not exist. In America it's the Far Right Nutjobs vs everybody else.

No liberals in America??????????

LOL!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #66
Will Komorowski now return those documents he stole? Will he ensure that the repairing of roads is to a set timetable? Will he acknowledge that WWII is in the past? ;) ;) Will he modernise the bureaucracy here?

The answer is NO. He is a puppet that will be largely ineffectual. Can this man be populist?
Ironside 49 | 10,010
5 Jul 2010 #67
Will Komorowski

as I said Komorowski won - that all what is need to be said
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #68
Tusk pulls the strings anyway so who really cares?
frd 7 | 1,399
5 Jul 2010 #69
Same as it was during Lech presidency - Jarosław was pulling all the strings, and that's how it usually is in countries where both prime minister and president are from the same parties and prime minister holds most of the power. Bleeting about it won't change the fact that every gov does it. Congrats for masters of the obvious.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #70
Russia appears to act differently. It's hard to tell who wields the forceps there.
frd 7 | 1,399
5 Jul 2010 #71
All right I guess I can't say anything against conspiracy theories can I? But Kaczynscy had their own communist affiliation - lets remember Magdalenka for all the conspiracy fans.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #72
What does that have to do with Russia and the apparent joint partnership (50-50%?) of Medvedev and Putin?
frd 7 | 1,399
5 Jul 2010 #73
Sorry Seanus, my bad - you were talking about the relationship between M and P, and I though mistakingly that you are refering to the Smolensk catastrophy, supposed Russian meddling in it and in the polish election. I jumped to conclusions before digesting your post. Sorry.

I personally think that Putin is the real driver of the country and Medvedev is but a decoy, a face that is a bit more human..
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
5 Jul 2010 #74
Russia appears to act differently

Yeah, they still sent sexy spies to the Us, eh?

:)

>^..^<

M-G (agent 90-60-90 as she was called)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #75
That's ok, frd. I don't go with the conspiracy line on that anyway, just interested in what they are saying.

Komorowski, to his credit, doesn't go in for spies :)
Varsovian 92 | 634
5 Jul 2010 #76
He was in charge of WSI, military intelligence - which was closed down because it was utterly compromised by Russian spies. And he was the first bloke in charge of it after independence.
convex 20 | 3,978
5 Jul 2010 #77
Bronislaw Komorowski won in 11 north- western provinces. For Jaroslaw Kaczynski voted more numerous eastern wall . Internet users compare the map of voting ...

Komorowski won in 11 provinces - Podlaskie , Mazowieckie , Warmia-Mazury , Pomeranian , Kuyavian - Pomeranian , Greater Poland , West Pomerania , Lubusz , Lower Silesia , Silesia and Opole .

Kaczynski turn in five provinces - Podkarpackie , Lesser , Lublin , Świętokrzyskie and Lodz.
leen - | 2
5 Jul 2010 #78
all news in website of deon
krakowiak
5 Jul 2010 #79
it stinks
Sebas 1 | 38
5 Jul 2010 #80
you are a real douche Ironside... i bet you wear track suit with a fake gold chain and a skinhead.... poor excuse for a white t....

no need to slam everyone for having a different opinion then you...
I pity pepole like you
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #81
Vlad the Impaler :) :) Komorowski seems to like him. Nice picture :)
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 Jul 2010 #82
Vlad the Impaler :) :)

Where? I can only see Putin and Medvedev as his avatar :)

Komorowski seems to like him.

Like who?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #83
My name for Vladimir Putin :) :) He likes Putin and Medvedev I guess too :)
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 Jul 2010 #84
He likes Putin and Medvedev I guess too :)

And how would you know that, Seanus the Omniscient? LOL
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #85
Because of their last meetings. He came away with a favourable impression! Everyone knows that PO have close ties with the Russian government. PiS tend to be less forward about it.
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 Jul 2010 #86
Because of their last meetings.

What meetings? They had some private meetings? :)

He came away with a favourable impression!

Of course he did :) In politics there are only favourable impressions! :)

Everyone knows that PO have close ties with the Russian government

What? :D What do you mean by "close ties with the Russian government"? :>

PiS tend to be less forward about it.

PiS is considered in Russia a "russophobic" party, as far as I know.
Dougpol2 1 | 76
5 Jul 2010 #87
I'm not sure if Komorowski is a good choice.

Liberals around Europe are responsible for the plague of non-European immigrants.
It would be very bad for the future of Poland if he has the same views about immigration.

Does anyone know if Komorowski is also liberal about 3rd world immigration?

Idiotic post. No wonder some British moan about the Poles in Britain, we've managed quite well with our multicultural inner cities in the past, but then we get an influx of people with rabid right wing views like yours.... Now let's all put on our thinking caps and wonder what candidate you voted for.

It wasn't the normal thinking progressive one, was it?
Poland would be far better off with some diversification from other nations to dilute your racist blood :))
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #88
Indeed they did :)

When the cameras are on, yes :)

As in those where they want to work together and trade :)

JK has changed his tune on that one :)
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 Jul 2010 #89
Indeed they did :)

When? :)

JK has changed his tune on that one :)

Suuuure he did :))) If winning the elections would depend on this he would change his cat for a dog LOL
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Jul 2010 #90
May 8 2010 they got together.

As I said, it's all about the cameras.


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